About Avni Malhotra
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Entries by Avni Malhotra
Soil Health WorkshopsNovember 30, 2020 in Uncategorized /by Avni Malhotra
In April-June 2020 ISCN hosted a series of three workshops on current challenges in soil health research. The workshops focused on questions relating to soil health baselines across space and time: what defines a healthy soil in its environmental context? What modelling approaches exist for predicting soil health in space and time—and what new modelling […]
Our recent paper with our network partnersDecember 20, 2019 in Uncategorized /by Avni Malhotra
Curious about the landscape of soil carbon databases? Read our review here.
Welcome to the new ISCN website!April 20, 2019 in Uncategorized /by Avni Malhotra
Welcome to the new ISCN website!
ISCN at EGU 2019April 2, 2019 in Uncategorized /by Avni Malhotra
The role of soil research, databases, and soil indices in the drawdown of CO2
Root trait and soil carbon workshopOctober 10, 2018 in Uncategorized /by Avni Malhotra
Thirteen scientists got together at Oak Ridge National Lab’s Climate Change Science Institute to discuss the role of root carbon in long-term soil carbon pools. The goal of this workshop was to develop a conceptual framework to harmonize soil carbon and root trait data. This workshop, titled ‘Linking Belowground Traits and Soil Carbon Storage on a Global Scale’, was held on Jul 31 and Aug 1, 2018 in Oak Ridge, TN, USA.
Patagonia!June 11, 2018 in Uncategorized /by Avni Malhotra
I was inspired to combine my personal vacation to Chile with a trip that Julie Loisel had planned for peat sampling, so we met up in Patagonia near Puerto Natales in May 2018. Have a look at my interview with Julie: https://youtu.be/il1KCMFXX5Y
SOC-DRaHR: new code repositoryMay 28, 2018 in News /by Avni Malhotra
Led by ISCN data co-ordinator Kathe Todd-Brown, the purpose of the Soil Organic Carbon Data Rescue and Harmonization Repository (SOC-DRaHR) is to collect harmonization scripts for data sets related to soil carbon.
Summary of pre-AGU 2017 activitiesFebruary 6, 2018 in AGU, Events, Uncategorized /by Avni Malhotra
ISCN’s second annual all-hands meeting was held on Dec 10, 2017 in New Orleans. Attended by 33 scientists, the morning included a range of presentations (see agenda here)
ISCN article in Global Change BiologyOctober 5, 2017 in News /by Avni Malhotra
Improving Soils = Improving Climate = Food Security = Resilience